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Rangyayo (琅野語) is the native language of the Rangyan people and an official language of the East Asian island nation of Rangya. It is currently classified as a language isolate but could has proposed ties to the hypothetical Altaic language family. Rangyayo is notable for its mixed-logographic and featural orthography, agglutinative grammar and organic mixture of native and Sinitic vocabulary.

I yoyen wi kum zhyokainemuweiya.
This language was once featured.

Phimtsit ta khashinseng ta khayongseng tu suibeng khui, iko wi düksik tsoi ritsemotüya.
Thanks to its level of quality, plausibility and usage capabilities, it has been voted as featured.

Rangyayo is an a priori constructed language by the user Deslee on the Linguifex Wiki. It show clear influences from languages such as Korean and Chinese in both its grammar as well as its phonology. A language and author mastering intelligible article structure and availability.

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Morphosyntactic alignment[*] describes the grammatical relationship between languages' three main sentence arguments, in intransitive[*] and monotransitive sentences.

Specifically, the core arguments of verbs, are the two arguments (in English, subject and object) of transitive verbs:

  • The dog chased the cat

And the single argument of intransitive verbs:

  • The cat ran away

English has a subject, which merges the more active argument of transitive verbs with the argument of intransitive verbs, leaving the object distinct; other languages may have different strategies, or, rarely, make no distinction at all.

For conlangers, it is important to know that few languages are of merely one morphosyntactic alignment; in most cases, the alignment varies depending on context.

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The Kihā́mmic translation of the Lord's Prayer!

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